One Pot Salsa Chicken


One Pot Salsa Chicken

It doesn’t get easier than this one-pot dinner. Throw the chicken and other ingredients in a pot, and once cooked shred it. This versatile recipe is great over a salad, on a baked potato, in a tortilla or over rice. The options are endless!

MIO Products in the One Pot Salsa Chicken

Sixth Day Snacks SalsaSixth Day Snacks offers a variety of yummy, healthy snacks from fresh-made restaurant-style salsas in mild, medium, hot, and extra-hot to smoothly blended, to hummus or granola. This Oklahoma-produced salsa comes in a variety of spice levels, flavors, and bases. Pick your favorite salsa style and enjoy it in this perfectly simple salsa chicken recipe. Maybe you want to try out the Mango Jalapeño Salsa or the Pineapple Salsa Verde. Better yet, make a sample tray and snack on some chips and salsa while you’re prepping!

Scissortail Farms CilantroScissortail Farms is an Oklahoma-based produce source. They grow a variety of delicious and nutritious veggies with special aeroponic and hydroponic techniques. With their controlled environment greenhouses and scientific growing methods, Scissortail farms is able to produce some of the most healthy and tasty produce in the state. Because of their in-house growing techniques, and their great mission, Scissortail Farms CIlantro is a great addition to your salsa chicken.

One Pot Salsa Chicken Recipe
  • Author: Krush Digital


  1. 1 1/2 to 2 pounds chicken breasts
  2. 1 package taco seasoning mix
  3. 1 Jar Sixth Day Snacks Salsa
  4. 1/2 cup chicken broth
  5. 1 Lime – cut in half
  6. 1/4 cup Scissortail Farms Cilantro, chopped
  1. Rub taco seasoning on chicken breasts, and place in slow cooker. Pour chicken broth in bottom of slow cooker. Top chicken with salsa. Add the juice of half a squeezed lime.
  2. Cover and cook on low 8 hours.
  3. Shred chicken. (Tip: Use an electric mixer to shred the chicken in seconds.) Add chicken back to salsa-broth mixture, stirring to combine. Add cilantro and more lime juice. Serve immediately, or refrigerate for up to four days.

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